Google Apps are some of the most widely used tools in education today. From Gmail to Calendar to Image Search, they’re a big part of the current education technology model. In my experience, I don’t see enough written about how to use Google Docs / Drive in the classroom. This extremely powerful tool can do so much and it’s all free. Lucky for all of us, Tom Barrett has built a crowdsourced Google Doc (of course) of more than 80 ways to use the forms part of Google Drive in the classroom!
What could be better for the cash-strapped teachers with no technology budget? After all, it’s fun to talk about iPads and new IWBs but most can’t afford this kind of stuff.
If you’re interested in seeing how to have a high-tech classroom with the tech you already have, check out the September issue of Edudemic Magazine! (Note: presentation below takes a second to load)